Luxury Safari

Your luxury Namibia safari trip begins when your private plane reaches the airport. The sun illuminates the distance dunes on the horizon, and a blue sky appears limitless. Your heart skips a beat as you gaze into the Champagne flute in your hand, similar to how bubbles dance in it. You’ve never been to such remote places, and you’re eager to see them all. As you stand up from your chair, you are light-headed with anticipation. The adventure is about to begin. Contact us to learn more about namibia hunting safaris

Namibia is best known for being home to the world’s oldest desert. It also has a distinct variety of desert-adapted species that call the sparse areas home. And with the second-lowest population density in the world, your Namibian luxury tours will offer fewer humans, more space, and more wildlife! We’re in!

Namibia is a surreal, dreamlike country about the size of Germany. It’s on Africa’s southwest coast, where thrilling safari activities may be found in what feels like nowhere. Many of the finest lodges are located in out-of-the-way areas, which offer spectacular vistas and seclusion.

However, don’t worry. Burchell-Wolf Safaris is here! We specialize in exclusive safaris in Africa’s most remote areas as the Leading Safari Company. We’ll create a luxury safari in Namibia to your specifications and use our personal expertise. Furthermore, we’ll take care of all the little extras that make a luxury safari feel plush. For example, chartering private flights that arrive right at your accommodation. So on a bumpy 4×4 journey in Africa, you won’t miss out on anything!

Namibia is for you if you’re looking to explore some of Africa’s most remote regions without losing your high thread count or ice-cold G&T, but with the benefit of escaping the crowds.

Namibia’s unearthly landscape is home to a surprising diversity of animals. As a result, there’s plenty to discover, from the four Big 5 species to the famed oryx antelope, and it has the world’s highest cheetah population. 

Furthermore, these species have developed to live in the desert and appear to thrive in even the harshest environments. It’s fascinating to watch.

The Skeleton Coast National Park’s coast is home to one of the world’s largest colonies of amusing Cape fur seals, which adds more human interaction to the mix.

That is one of the reasons why no two eyes are alike and why every creature is so fascinating. Even little animals, such as the darkling beetle that squats on its head to quench its thirst in the dawn fog, require your attention (and respect).

However, Namibia is not simply a destination for wildlife. It’s also the environment that will be a source of inspiration to any blocked artist and inspire any poet to produce their best sonnets.

And the world’s oldest desert. It is located in Namib-Naukluft Park, Namibia’s most popular tourist destination. 325 meters Tall, Big Daddy, makes you feel tiny! Yet, these dunes are simple to access and provide memorable experiences.

At daybreak, when the tips are bathed in a honeyed light and contrasted against the pale tones of the clay pans at their base, the dunes are most visible.